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Rob Alexander, the enlightened artist

Editor: Paulo de Tarso Las Vegas – Rob Alexander had just graduated from art school, was in his late twenties and refused Jesper Myrfors’ insistent invitations to work on the design of a new type of game Wizards was developing. “I had other projects, in a magazine that I can’t …

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Gavin Verhey creates the future of Magic

Las Vegas – When Magic: The Gathering was released, at GenCon in Milwaukee on August 19, 1993, Gavin Verhey could not even read, he was just over three years old. Today, he works on the development of the new expansions and mechanics of the game. But this designer’s contribution to …

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Dan Frazier is the man, but he won’t admit it

Las Vegas – Dan Frazier is one of the most well-known artists in the history of Magic: The Gathering. After all, five of the “Power Nine” were painted by him. Over half. But he doesn’t seem to value that very much. Showing his most recent studies with still lifes, he …

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Patrick Chapin, multi-man

Among his many talents, Patrick Chapin is an outstanding Magic player and a great broadcaster, as one accompanying the Las Vegas GP through Twitch can see. As a young sportsman, a serious injury left him out of the sports that required the physical part. “There I started to play Magic …

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Mark Tedin, Lord of Art

Mark Tedin is one of the artists who worked at Wizards of the Coast since before Magic: The Gathering. As soon as he graduated in St. Louis, he moved to Seattle and, alerted by a colleague of his, Anson Maddocks (author of Sengir Vampire art and 112 other cards), that …

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Reid Duke, focused on sucess

Las Vegas – Reid Duke, 27, is an economist, born and raised in the sleepy town of Sugar Loaf (NH), an hour away from New York, and is number 5 in the Magic: The Gathering player rankings. In the Las Vegas GP Legacy event, Duke qualified for the second day, …

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In 2018, ChannelFireball is the one who hands over the cards

Las Vegas – Starting next year, ChannelFireball will be the responsible for all Grand Prix events all over the world. And since that includes Brazil, our correspondent Fausto de Souza chatted with Mashi Scanlan, director of community engagement at ChannelFireball, to find out what were the plans for South America. …

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Exclusive Interview with Mark Poole

One of the greatest artists of all history of Magic The Gathering, since it’s very beginning, Mark Poole is a very kind person. Doesn’t matter if he is the guy who made the art of Ancestral Recall, one of the most powerful cards ever, or if he was in the …

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